While we all are going through these strange times, let’s appreciate what we already have. We are lucky to be born on this magnificent planet.
Hundreds of people stranded on a beach with fires raging in the background. Millions of hectares of the forest turning into ashes overnight. The loss of about a billion wildlife.
It’s that time of the year again, where we take a moment to step back and have a look at everything that was accomplished in the past 12 months.
One student’s single act of courage has transformed into one of the biggest movements of our times: the school strikes led by young people all around the world.
Photography has come a long way in driving environmental activism and bearing witness to the changing world.
Last week we received the sad news that one of our great specialist underwater photographers who worked extensively with Greenpeace over the years, Dr. Roger Grace, has passed away.
Millions of school students took to the streets across the globe for their love for this planet and concern over climate change.
#FridayForFuture #SchoolsStrike4Climate #climatestrike . Here are the images that moved us most:
2018 has been an iconic year for Greenpeace ships: the Rainbow Warrior, Esperanza, and Arctic Sunrise.
There is a very clear pattern happening around the world right now, and it represents the stark action that must be done.